Sep 28, 2010 6:00pm EDT
been appointed to the love of the highest jobs in the workers party, another sign he is being groomed to take over for his father. i correspondent filed this report from neighboring south korea. >> hundreds of delegates in largely identical suits headed to the party convention. hundreds of others passed along the vast, empty boulevard. propaganda, as i have your tomorrow, which would not be difficult. -- promised a happier tomorrow, which would not be difficult. they tried to stabilize at north korea's unpredictable politics. >> state television announced the rise of the third generation. his youngest son in his mid-20s, has been made at general. his main qualification for being air apparent -- he was educated in switzerland, and therefore must understand the blast. -- the west. her husband is thought to be the real power behind the throne. covering north korea is a family business. it started in 1945 with the founding of the state by "the great leader," kim il-sung. kim jong-il is called "the der leader." and now his son will take the soap opera into a third generation. he is known o
Sep 28, 2010 12:30am PDT
." >> the minute in the family -- the son of north korea's leader becomes an army general. is he being groomed to take power? the u.s. tries to salvage peace talks as israel and its partial freeze in settlement belt -- on settlement building in the occupied territory. president java's claims victory in the the venezuelan election -- chavez claims victory in the venezuelan election. we're coming to you on pbs america and coming up later, coping with the floods. nigeria -- rising water has forced people from millions -- forced millions from their homes. we will have the latest on the plight of the chilean miners. north korea has announced that the third son of its leader kim jong-il has been appointed as the force -- as a four-star general. many believe that the party is preparing to anoint thee a man named kim jong-un as his father's eventual successor. from the south korean capital of seoul, here is one of our correspondence. >> from the trains pulling into an immaculate pyongyang central station to the choreographed uniformity of the arriving delegates, it is clear that something is going on.
Sep 27, 2010 10:00pm EDT
in this country who make it work. the tea party people have not been groomed for political advancement from college on. the way has not been paved for them. these people have made it on their own, living their lives. that's who is servicing now. there was a piece in the american spectator a minute ago i thought was fabulous. it has been made into a small book called "the ruling class." we are dealing with the ruling class elites which is a minority running the country versus the country class that's the average, ordinary people who make it work. when i say elites. they are not better than anybody else, they just think think are. they think they are special, smarter, more sophisticated, but they are not. they are in the process of ruining the country. part of being an american is wanting to lead a legacy for your children and grandchildren better than ha what you found or had. people are genuinely thinking it is not going to be possible first time in american history in the modern era. it is not good and it has got to change. republicans are clamoring for people to get involved, run for offi